Speeches (Lines) for Children in "History of Richard III"

Total: 3
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# Act / Scene Speech text
1 II / 2
  • Oh for our father, for our dear lord Clarence!
  • Oh for our father, for our dear lord Clarence!
  • Queen Elizabeth. Give me no help in lamentation;
    I am not barren to bring forth complaints
    All springs reduce their currents to mine eyes,
    That I, being govern'd by the watery moon,
    May send forth plenteous tears to drown the world!
    Oh for my husband, for my dear lord Edward!

    Children. Oh for our father, for our dear lord Clarence!

2 II / 2
  • What stay had we but Clarence? and he's gone.
  • What stay had we but Clarence? and he's gone.
  • Queen Elizabeth. What stay had I but Edward? and he's gone.

    Children. What stay had we but Clarence? and he's gone.

3 II / 2
  • Were never orphans had so dear a loss!
  • Were never orphans had so dear a loss!
  • Queen Elizabeth. Was never widow had so dear a loss!

    Children. Were never orphans had so dear a loss!

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